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한국전통음악의 체질 -중절(中節) · 신명(神明)-
The Disposition of Korean Traditional Music -Equillibrium and Rapture-

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Authors
李成千
Issue Date
1993
Publisher
서울대학교 음악대학 동양음악연구소
Citation
민족음악학, Vol.15, pp. 1-42
Abstract
The activities of the human can be divided into two parts: the activity of the

rationale and the activity of the senses. AP, an example, the activity of scholarship

would belong to the rationale, and the activity of art would belong to the senses.

The rationale is involved in the activities of the senses as the senses are involved

in the activities of the rationale. These two activities do not function as separate

entities but they are a part of one another.

We have stated that artistic activities fall into the senses category. But

characteristics of the art itself may vary with the degree of the rationale involved

in the senses. In terms of music, the involvement of the rationale in the music

itself can be either little or much. This kind of example would be the same as

categorizing early music of Greece into Appolonian or Dionysian music, as it

would be similarly divide by Nietsche into music of the logos and the pathos.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/86851
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